cpu frequency scaling

Gerhard Lang lang.gerhard at gmail.com
Sat Jun 18 11:45:47 UTC 2011

No doubt, this helps. But what is with noob's frustration until they 
will have found this out?
At my last ubuntustudio-install  a terminal popped up and  forced me to 
set fitting security limits. There should be something like this for cpu 
frequency too.

Am 18.06.2011 13:06, schrieb Erik Rasmussen:
> Perhaps a help...
> http://maketecheasier.com/how-to-control-your-cpu-frequency-in-ubuntu/2009/04/10
> On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 19:11, Gerhard Lang <lang.gerhard at gmail.com 
> <mailto:lang.gerhard at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     And again, even in times of dawning kernel 3.0, I'm harping the
>     same old theme: Most musician's complaints about poor performance,
>     bad latencies and unacceptable xrun/buffersize ratio with
>     consequence of yearning for better realtime kernel functionality
>      are result of automatic cpu frequency scheduling i.e. system
>     hiccups by scaling the cpu frequency on demand. My suggestion for
>     a future 1. range ubuntustudio  feature is a small userfriendly
>     gui for this with setting 'performance' by default. For an avarage
>     audiophile ubuntu newbie it takes some weeks until she found out
>     how to customize cpu frequency  with panel apps or alternative
>     stuff in new releases, and before this epiphany happens,
>     ubuntustudio might be removed from the harddisk for reason of
>     insufficiency. I would bet on it. I'd do it myself if I had the
>     coding skills.
>     best regards
>     Gerhard
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